The House pt. 3

Upon his arrival to the house, he was met by the groundskeeper, an elderly woman already waiting for him by the small black gate. The woman was wearing a plain gray dress that left no part of her uncovered, save her hands and face. The dress was worn and frayed; his first thought was that … More The House pt. 3


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The House pt. 2

Even as a child, he had enjoyed hearing about witchcraft and poltergeists. He would spend hours at the local library pouring over information about famous haunted houses, especially the local ones. When he heard about this particular tale, he knew he had to personally investigate. All the same, he was not against taking precautions. This … More The House pt. 2

Ten Quote Tuesday (#5)

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? Welcome to another installment of Ten Quote Tuesday! If your creative juices have trouble flowing today, then read these quotes and writing prompts to nudge awake the sleeping muse. If there is a particular quote you enjoyed, let us all know with your comments below. ? Quotes…

Blessed are the forgetful

Originally posted on Critical Dispatches:
“There is no teaching, but only recollection”  – Socrates Last year I saw a stand-up comedian who, after riffing for 10 minutes on his recent travels across the United States, concluded his set (which was admittedly quite low on laughs) by idiomatically declaring to the half-cut Friday night audience that…